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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1919.
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PRINCIPLE OF INDEMNITY SAID
TO HAVE BEEN CONCEDED
BY OUR PRESIDENT
Paris, Jan. 24. During considera consideration
tion consideration of the question of reparation at
the meeting of the supreme council
yesterday, the Paris edition of the
London Mail gays, President .Wilson
Kagreed to the principle that Germany
yi&ust he made to pay indemnities in
Addition to the full cost of reparation.
At the instance of British repre&enta-
tives, the paper adds, discussion was
also begun on the question of the
abolition of conscription and general
OPEN TO THE PRESS
Paris, Jan. 24.-(Ijy the Associated
" Press.) The second session of the
peace congress tomorrow, like the
first, will be open to the press. ; The
first subject under discussion will be.
international legislation on labor, and
a number of recommendations on la labor
bor labor will be referred, to a committee.
American and British views are be believed
lieved believed to harmonize in many respects
to provide international protection for
WILSON WILL BE HEAD
Pari3, Jan. 24. President Wilson
will likely Jbe offered the presidency
of the commission of the league of
nations, the cho de Paris today says.
By a commission is probably meant
a permanent executive body for the
conduct of league affairs.
WILSON WILL SEE A SHOW
Paris, Jan. 24. (By the Associated
Press.) President Wilson, who as all
Americans know i3 fond of going, to
the theater, will make his first real
visit to a theater tonight since leav leaving
ing leaving Washington, when he attends a
gala night at the opera especially ar arranged
ranged arranged for him.
David Hall died this morning at his
home at Citra. Mr. Hall was a well well-known
known well-known citizen. He was 55 years of
age and leaves a widow, three sons
and two daughters.
The funeral services will be held at
10:30 tomorrow morning, at the Citr
cemetery. Jordan & Co. will ; have
charge of the arrangements.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
Seaboard Air Line,' Northbound
No. 4: Arrives7 1:41 p. m. Departs
1:5G p. m.
No. 16 (Limited): Arrives 'and de de-departs
departs de-departs at 4:07 p. m.
No. 2: Arrives 2:50 a. m. Departs
2:55 a. m.
Seaboard Air Line, Southbound
No. 3: Arrives 3:06 p. m. Departs
3:26 p. m.
No. 15 (Limited): Arrives end de departs
parts departs 5:10 p. m.
No. 1: Arrives 2:45 a. m. Departs
2:50 a. m, V
Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line)
No. 10: -Arrives and departs 6:42 a.
No. 40: Arrives 2 p. m. Departs
2:20 p. m.
No. 38: Arrives and departs 3:27
Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line)
No. 37: Arrives and departs 3:16
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No. 39: Arrives and departs 3:35
No. 9: Arrives and departs 10:13
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, South
No. 151 (Sunny Jim): For Wilcox,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
leaves 7:10 a. m.
No. 35 (Sunny Jim): For Lakeland,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
leaves 7:40 a. m.
No. 141: Daily except Sunday, ar arrives
rives arrives 11:50 a. m. from Wilcox.
No. 49: For Homosassa, leaves 3:25
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, North
No. 48: From Homosassa: Arrives
1:53 p. m.
No 150 (Sunny Jim): From Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
arrives 6:45 p. m.
No. 32 (Sunny Jim): From Lake
land, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, arrives 10:48 p. m.
No. 140: Daily except Sunday,
No. '71 (southbound): Arrives 1 p.m.
No.'72: (northbound): Leaves 3:30
-. Rexall Cold Tablets will break up
nnv cold, and may prevent "flu. 2o
cents the box at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
Sheet music-9c. a copy, 3 for 25c,
while they last. Come get yours.
Kindt's Music Store, Harrington Hall
The buy-word for candy is "Nun "Nun-nally's
nally's "Nun-nally's Gerig's Drug Store. 3-tf
As to Whether or Not the Panama
Canal Shall Go Under Inter Inter-national
national Inter-national Agreement
Paris, Thursday, Jan. 23. The
question of whether the Panama caanl
should be internationalized under a
league of nations, depends entirely on
the attitude of the United States, ac
cording to the belief expressed to
night by Lord Robert Cecil, who has
submitted to the peace congress a
draft of the British view of the con
struction of the league.
ICING CHARGES UNJUST
Tampa, Jan. 24.Fruit and vege vegetable
table vegetable shippers and growers of this
state, in a two days' session ending
yesterday, adopted resolutions declar
ing that the proposed new scale of
icing charges by the railroad adminis administration
tration administration are unjust, exorbitant and dis discriminatory
criminatory discriminatory against Florida. A dele delegation
gation delegation willbe sent from Florida to a
public hearing in Washington Feb.
24th, when the proposed new rates for
refrigeration will be threshed out.
UNITED STATES COURT
Judge Call this forenoon passed
sentence on a number of. those con convicted
victed convicted during the week in the United
J. A. Beaumont, who was convicted
of violating the espionage act, wag
given five years in the federal prison
J. W. Murray, a minister, who was
arrested in the northwestern part of
Marion county last fall for violating
the espionage act, and found guilty
by the jury on Tuesday, was sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to two years in the Atlanta prison.
Jess Duckett, Henry Fields and J.
D. Mobley, convicted of having in
their possession apparatus for dis
tilling liquors without having gone
through .the formality of having se secured
cured secured a license, were each sentenced
to pay a fine of $500 and be confined
in the Marion county jail for six
Joe Brooks and Henry Schofield,
also convicted of .a portion of 1 the
ccunts in several indictments for il illicit
licit illicit distilling, were sentenced to pay
fines of $100 each. Brooks was given
three months in the county jail and
Schofield thirty days.
. John Woodward, charged with Il Illicit
licit Illicit distilling, was found not guilty
by the jury yesterday.
Two cases against S. B. Sligh, in a
suit on an estreated bond, were trans transferred
ferred transferred to the Jacksonville term which
convenes in April. R:
The case of L M&Murrah for illicit
distilling, upon which the jury could
not arrive at a verdict was postponed
until the next session of the court at
A GOOD INCRJ2ASE
At the annual meeting of the direc
tors and stockholders of the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Savings Bank, the successful
colored bank of the city; held on the
21st, the bank showed a most healthy
increase in deposits and total assets,
and evidenced that i$ is m a very
prosperous and substantial condition.
nprt f 1 a . A. J a!
ine deposits were jusi sixteen thou thousand
sand thousand dollars greater than at the cor corresponding
responding corresponding date a year ago, despite
the war and other adverse conditions.
STERNO CANNED HEAT always
ready anywhere and everywhere. Sold
bv the Court Pharmacy. 21-tf
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D. W. GRIFFITH'S GREAT SPECTACLE, "HEARTS OF THE WORLD,
War Department Denies Report of a
Long List of Killed and
Washington, Jan. 24. The total
losses in the Thirty-fifth division
(Kansas and Missouri national guard)
in killed and died of wounds during
the division's entire service in France
were 827 men. Secretary Baker told
the House rules committee today. A
resolution for a congressional inves investigation
tigation investigation of the reported excessive
losses in this division was under con consideration.
sideration. consideration. 9
SHIPPERS NOT SUITED
Washington, Jan- 24. The with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal immediately by Congress of
arbitrary powers possessed by the
president to fix freight rates was ask asked
ed asked today by Clifford Thorne, repre representing
senting representing various shippers, before the
Senate interstate commerce commit
tee. Mr. Thorne told the committee
government operation of 'railroads
was distasteful to shippers and if a
popular vote were taken, would be de defeated
feated defeated overwhelmingly.
MILD WEATHER HELRJED
Washington, Jan. 24 The mildness
of the winter has resulted in the sav
ing in this country of 220,000 tons of
fodder stuffs which can be sent to
European neutrals in the form of oil
cake and oil cake meal, the war trad
board estimated today after consul consultation
tation consultation with the. food administration.
Tuesday evening the people of
Belleview enjoyed an entertainment
in the town hall, provided by the li library
brary library association. Under the man management
agement management of Mrs. Ellen F. Bush, our
loved and honored president of the as association,
sociation, association, assisted by an efficient com committee,
mittee, committee, the entertainment proved a
grand success. A good part of this
success is due to the Gerig brothers
of Ocala, and the members of the
library association, with the citizens;
wish to thank them publicly for their
kindness in helping put this good
cause. Mrs. Hafner's recitation was
a work of art, being a story composed
of the names of noted books, and was
especially appropriate for the occas occasion.
ion. occasion. The Kostlan troupe gave their
part of the entertainment and. it-was
fully appreciated 'by the audience.
They have given entertainments eve
ry two weeks in the Civic League
building and seem to be arists in the
vaudeville work. They have a good
supply of new and interesting mate material
rial material for each evening.
Pineapple variety of citrus only,
budded on sour stocks. Not less than
one hundred sold. P. H. Nugent, tf
OAK FIRE WOOD
Seasoned oak fire wood 16 to 18 in inches
ches inches long, delivered anywhere .in
Ocala. Phone 185-X. J. C. Johnson,
Ocala, Fla. 6-lm
"A Bit More."
Near a great city school is a shop
known to the children who patronize
It as the "Bit More Shop." The pro proprietor
prietor proprietor caters to the boys and girls in
little things the children like, and he
always gives good measure an extra
apple or a bit more' of candy. There
are three classes of people; those who
don't do their duty, those who do their
dntv and thost who do their dntv and
I something more. Christian Herald.
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Monarchists Gaining in the North and
May Restore Rule of
King Manuel ;
(Associated Press) X-",
Madrid, Jan. 24. A monarchy-has
been proclaimed in Lisbon, according
to a telegram from Valencia, on the
NO HEADWAY IN THE SOUTH
Vigo, Spain, Jan. 24. The creates
part of the Lisbon garrison hasgone
over to the monarchists, according to
reports from Coimbra, in northern
Portugal and other localities. Reports
received at Badajoz, Spain, say the
monarchist movement is making'-no
headway in south Portugal." ;
HEAVY LOSS BY
FIRE IN GREENVILLE
Greenville. S. C. Jan. 24. Fire of
unknown origin destroyed the build-
lner-of.the Craier-Rush Furniture Co.
and the Hobbs-Henderson Dry Goods
Co., this morning, with a 'loss. esti
mated at $100,000.
FLAG RAISING AT 7
FORT KING SCHOOL
Last Friday afternoon there was a
very, inspiring exercise at the Fort
King school house on the Sharped
Ferry road about four miles west of
Everything was in readiness for
the program and the day was so rainy
that many, feared there would be no
raising of the flag and many did not
attend who otherwise would have done
SO. , ;
Rev. Smith Hardin of the Ocala
Methodist church and Rev., J, P.Fra-
zier, a noted divine of the Virginia
conference and Supt, J. H. Brinson
went out and at 3 o'clock as per. pro program
gram program the exercises under the direc direction
tion direction of the teacher, Miss Leila Creigh Creigh-ton,
ton, Creigh-ton, began with the singing by. the
school of a number of patriotic songs.
. The teacher called upon Supt. Brin Brinson
son Brinson and he gave an introductory talk
and introduced Rev. Hardin, who de de-live
live de-live reel a most helpful -patriotic, ad address
dress address and then Rev. Frazier was call called
ed called upon and responded in a happy and
inspiring address, full of the most
wholesome counsel. X
The entire school had part In the
speeches and songs and drills which
all had a patriotic ring.
Upon the completion of the pro program
gram program inside the house the audience
assembled on one side of the pole and
the pupils marched out in regular
formation on the other side and the
flag was then prepared for raising
and went proudly up and the school
in most becoming manner saluted and
gave the pledge.
,,The trustees are to be congratulat congratulated
ed congratulated upon their interest in the matter,
the teacher is deserving 1 of touch
credit for the excellent training the
pupils had for the occasion and the
entire body of pupils are worthy of
praise for the very perfect manner in
which they responded, to the training
in all their exercises. '
The hope is that soon there will 'be
a United Stats flag floating from
every school house in the land.,. -A
NOTICE STRAYED V
on Jan. 10th, one Jersey yearling un
marked. Owner can get same by call
ing and paying for feed and this ad
vertisement. J. S.. Williams, Box 21,
Dunneilon, Fla. 213t
. For the best laxative, take Rexall
Liver Salts. Gprig's Drug Store. 3-tf
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New York Giants, After Eleven
' Years, Abandon Texas
V for Florida
. (Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 24. The Giants
will train at Gainesville, Fla., instead
of Marlin, Texas, where they have
gone" for eleven successive years. It
was announced last night that they
would leave March 20th for their new
camp, the use of which was offered by
the University of Florida. Exhibition
games are scheduled with the Wash Washington
ington Washington and New York American
teams. - X
; BODY RECOVERED
(Associated Press; "V'
Amsterdam, Jan. 24,The body of
Rosa Luxemburg, the Spartacann
leader and who was kileld by a mob,
was found yesterday in the Landwehr
canal, according to a Berlin report..
Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 24. News
was received here today of the death
of Pembroke Jones, one of the weatlh-
iest and best known men of the South.
who died at Tompkinsville, N. Y., this
morning after an operation.
Today: Montague Love in "To
Him that Hath" and Mutt and Jeff
. Jan. 25: Ruth Clifford in MThe Lure
of Luxury, and Official War Review.
Jan. 27: Emmy Whelan in "His
Bonded Wife, and Drew comedy.
Jan: 28: Clara Kimball in "The
Savage Woman and Pathe News.
; Jan. 29: Peggy Hyland in "Mar "Marriages
riages "Marriages are Made."
Jan 30-31 and F.L. 1: "Hearts of
When Mary Pickford is on the
screen, you don't watch the rest of
the picture near so much as you
watch Mary. She can add grace to
the character of a queen and "endow a
slavey-with the same charm. She
played her part in "How -Could You,
Jean? most prettily at the Temple
last night and many of her worship worshipers
ers worshipers were present to admire her. That
excellent character, 'Montagu Glass,
will apepar tonight in "To EIim that
Hath,' beside which Mutt and Jeff
will present their fun.
When you don't want to stop short
of the very finest, give NORRIS'
EXQUISITE CANDIES. Sold by The
Court Pharmacy. 21-tf
OAK FIRE WOOD
" Seasoned oak fire wood 1G to 18 in inches
ches inches long,- delivered anywhere in
Ocala. Phone 185-A. J. -C. Johnson,
Ocala, Fla. ; N 6-lm
The great musical drama, "Every "Every-wpman,"
wpman," "Every-wpman," Henry W. Savage's premier
production, will be at the Temple
Wednesday night, Feb. 5. "Every "Every-woman'
woman' "Every-woman' was" billed for the Temple
last season, but the, date was cancel canceled.
ed. canceled. It has been much improved in the
la,st twelve months, so perhaps our
people have gained something by the
delay. It is said to be a gorgeous pro-
Luction, and one of the best on the
Dr; C W. Moremen, dental surgeon,
Commercial Bank building. OGce
phone 211i Residence phone ,233.
Ocala, Fla. tf
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- 31, FEB 1. 3IATINEES FRIDAY
Colossal .Plans of the BoLsheviki to
Obtain Control in this
(Associated Press j
Washington, Jan. 24. Testifying
before the Senate committee, investi investigating
gating investigating German propaganda Archi Archibald
bald Archibald Stevenson, of the military intel intelligence
ligence intelligence bureau, said that representa representatives
tives representatives of the Bolshevik movement al already
ready already have organized Soviets in in industrial
dustrial industrial centers of this "country and
plan eventual seizure of the govern government.
Stevenson said evidence exists that
Germans in the United States have
bVgun a post-war propaganda with a
view to exerting influence to make
the peace terms less onerous. Leaders
of the Bolshevik movement in this
country included John Reed, who, he
said, was consul general at New York
for the Russian Soviets. Schools for
teaching Bolshevik doctrine to chil children
dren children have been established, the wit witness
ness witness said, and money for the propa propaganda
ganda propaganda sent from Russia. (
WAR IS WORK
We all know what Sherman is said
to have said war was, but our men in
this war, who had to become thoroly
inured to backbreaking work before
they could go to fight, and then had
to work like blazes to keep the army
in shape for fighting, will probably
say war is work.
The following letter from Lieut. A.
G. Wallace of the 114th Enginers to
his wife, who is spending the winter
in this city, will give an idea of what
a large portion of our men went thru,
and while the lieutenant does not re refer
fer refer directly to it, it is well known that
ali this backbreaking, harassing and
incessant toil was performed to the
accompaniment of danger, German
shells frequently striking among the
men at their work and their scanty
sleep always snatched under the pos possibility
sibility possibility of a bomb from an airplane
blowing them to bits.
Lieut. Wallace's letter is as follows:
We pitched a "pup" tent camp
among the evergreens of a hillsi'de.
The boche avions bombed big gun cm.
placements in the night and we all
turned out to see the "show." Nobody
was hurt. Weeks of road building and
repairing followed. We would be call called
ed called out at midnight to repair a bridge
that had been blown up or through
which a big gun had fallen. The traf traffic
fic traffic -of troops, guns, trucks and wagons
was tremendous, the road and bridges
in awful shape and the mud appalling.
The big American drive up through
the Argonne and up and across the
Meuse was in full swine and we hung
in its wake facilitating in every way
possible the movement of traffic. What
was left of the towns, we tore" down
and built into the roads Boche dug dugouts,
outs, dugouts, machine gun emplacements, etc.,
were mined and crushed up for road
material. We blew up wrecked buildings-
by the score and moved them
away in trucks to our work, filled up
the shell craters and resurfaced the
roads, keeping traffic going all the
while. It was hard, wet work. Traf Traffic
fic Traffic "jams" were frequent. Trucks and
big guns got stuck in the mud and
had to be dug and pulled out. It was
one damn thing -after another. We
moved steadily forward, sometimes
remaining in camp only one night.
The boches were on the run. Our
route was through La Jlarazee, Four-de-Paris,'
Vienna-ie-Chateau, Benar Benar-ville,
ville, Benar-ville, Thenorgue, Grandpre, le Morth Morth-omme,
omme, Morth-omme, Sommauthe and la Besace, al almost
most almost to SedanI Our headquarters were
at Sommauthe, when the armistice
was' signed Nov. 11th. We fixed the
I roads so the wounded, the artillery,
AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS
lost a battl:; i:ir.
NO AND VI L:Y.
inflicted a defeat cn
forces near Ko2. .. ry,
tween Kovr.o cr.J Vi!
reports from Kcvr: t
i'ki casualties ere r ;
Thtry are raiJ t h .. :
Stockholm, Jan. L' i.
government h.i-5 i. : -t3
the Bclshevi!; I..,,;.:,,
manding its d : ..x: i:
by Janu ary, 2"!.';, ; 1
cording to the Ii:tl..i,
t FFVV V 4 ?' r
, Basel, Jan.
not escape frcm
onians defeated t..
was captured, ccccr;:.. :
from Libau. T :
owing to the intervenil
troops, in northern 11 :'
vonia, the cour.tr' v, .
of the Bolshevik fore;..
The Great War Pi el;;:.
Shown at tl.2 T
.Is there a thentr:;. 1
who ever,, spent eillr
one production? II:-.:.".
the amount of time ;
thought David W. Gr:...
the production of "He.
World," whkS imm-i:.; t
claimed his supreme tr,;
ticn. His Lsc'irour.i .v
front in France. Ills c'.
humans in tha rr.i :.:
tiagedy, yet 1.2 ir.lcr:
tfle melee of g-s cttr.cI.-
bombardments, cr.i r :
a wonderful story cf
heart can redst.
Nobody knov. s hov? r ..
D. W. GriHIth to CI:-.
riumph, "Hearts of t.1
will be at the Ttr-re J
and Feb. 1, and nc'.. !y ;
Mr. Griffith, him. :Z J
he feels about i: :.i i
ambitionxf hli life ;; :
is more to him th:.:: :
etc., could move to r-. t
rear and on Nov. XX ;
oour own rc; t L.'X
of Froidos. Du:i: : i
irig around Grcr J: :r, -ten
miles south, c::-. ; ; ;
ready descrilcd to
terribly shot to r..r:
cf almost imrcX'a-.!.
boche had kft in ;-.
were-most comfcru! ":.
niture, stove.", etc. Ii :
of ammunition c: ;X :
Vve saw excitim :'
hundreds of FrtrXi ..r: I
planes passed over v I r
the boche visittJ in V :
their borni. Xt ell ;.
We usually turned cjt ..
the peculiar hum cf !'
while the "FrcTs" ,t
camped' nearby, hum :
lankee cuncrity r.r, r
4m a V-
boche, frogs zr.l
coupM horses in tl.-i
holes. We also r.-.
some boches v. I :- c
ditches along tl n
have a very X. z
funny, eipcrij.;:; j t
French, but nrnr."c I
jams untanglci, v,..;;
transportaticn r- .t '.
raenting my rr.e:,;;:: rr.e:,;;::-plenty
plenty rr.e:,;;::-plenty of gcoi Am;:!
It will take a I -il-.
my travel 3 if I r
have covered rem :
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IliiS Isabel Mays, editor of- our
trsal suffrage department, is a good
r.V.ot, but &he would do more execution
if she trained her sights on the right
target. ,; In her zeal for her cause she
blazes away at everything on the sky skyline,
line, skyline, without carefully deciding wheth wheth-,
, wheth-, er-'sbe is ; shooting at -.friend or. -foe. :
Two .specimens' of her careless
marksmanship appear in Her chapter
cf today. She speaks of the Star as
'withdrawing;: from ; woman the priv-.'ilege-'
of; superiority r without being
willing-to. extend 'the right of equality.
This shows .what very.' little knowledge
"Miss- Mayshas of, 'her subject.'
'-"-The Star ..has .favored equal suffrage
ever; since' it became an'. issue. It has
not been fanatical aoout it, and it has
found many other things of what it
.considered more importance to take
tip, most of ; ifc$ :' timgIt'. has advised
the last; two le&iatures to submit a,
tiftrx.gnierw?inent to the s people.
and it has always intended to- advo
cate such .an amendment when it was
.submitted.. We think we' have-' advised
Miss : Mays of that fact, but ; she
doesn't seem to want to believe us.
Then Miss Mays proceeds to jump
on -..the.. Florida-newspapers : because
they; report : the"'1-, suffrage v:;: riots -'in
V asliington, and seems to be of the
opinion that they do this out of spite,
Lol'r up in comparison the policy of
1 wp rs in other sections .of thecoun
Mays may have studied phil
osophy and geography, mathematics,
th eology, Caesar, Aenophon, Diogenes
.and Br.-. 'Anna -.Shaw '- very- closely,' but
she is a '.careless newspaper reader,
and doesn't; seem to know much more
Ve have opposed tha mcarare nov
before Conglress because if it becomes
law it will allow the party in power
to interfere with state elections to a
degree that we fear will be tmsafe.
We have tried to explain this to Miss
Mays and a number of other suffra suffra-gtts,
gtts, suffra-gtts, but find they don't know and
don't seem to care anything about it
Hardly any of them have studied the
measure. They are reaching at it like
a baby would reach at .any bright
thing, without the slightest idea of
what effect it will have on them or
anyone else. Their ignorance on the
subject and their eagerness to sac
rifice principle for expediency does
not speak very highly for their fit
ness to participate in the affairs of
Miss Mays alludes to Dr.- Shaw
speaking of the : militant suffs as a
"fringe of fools." This is undoubtedly
true, but the Star is warranted in
asking how deep -is the fringe. So
far as we have seen, suff ragets all
over the country have deeply resented
these women being interfered with in
their persecution of the president
We have read a number of articles
and extracts from articles in which
the authorities at Washington have
been denounced for putting the
women in jail, and also many in
which the men who occasionally broke
VP a "suff pest" stunt have been spok-,
en of as .ruffians and brutes. Every
body knows these women have gotten
off very Hghtly. If the same number
of men had acted as badly, they would
have been unmercifully clubbed by
the police, jailed' and compelled to
serve sentences at hard work. Some
of them might have been killed.
One of the reasons why these wom women
en women have acted so is because they knew
they were comparatively safe; an another
other another is, they seek notorietyand
Miss Mays squalls because they have
received it. r- V
Mis Mays says, erroneously, that
the Star desires to withdraw from
woman her superiority, and is at the
same time unwilling .to J grant her
ecmality; "The-tenor of .Miss -Mays'
writings shows that she 'desires while
placing one foot on the table land of
equality to keep the other on the
mountain peak of superiority For a
while, as long as the old-fashioned
men are herein large enough numbers
to control, she and her sister: suffra-
gets will be allowed to maintain that
anomalous position. But twenty years
from now, or probably less time, when
woman : has competed with the
coming man for his office and his job,
instead of giving way to her as is gen
erally done now, he? will try to shove
hfcr qut of his way just like she was
anotner man. ; ,
Miss Mays is quite bitter toward
the southern press. The indications
are that she and those who agree with
her have abandoned the South and
joined hands with those who did so
much to make the South miserable.
Yet there is no place in the world
where woman is as much protected
and deferred to as in that .little belt
of territory known as the southern
states. :- .' V-V
-We shall vote for equal suffrage
whenever the state of Florida submits
it to us, but we will never favor any
measure that allows the national gov
eminent to interfere unduly with the
elections of a state. r
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f ll s f-w fTi Y" Ti "I "I C"if!Ti a!
in the country have.
corr.?. from the same source,
telegraphic news in Boston
ut the newspaper business than a
V.--2 primary rrrades knows of
Southern news news-the
the news-the same dis-
jS.rh: about suiT antics, that all the
every m.rnhig end evening is the
same as that in Savannah and Tampa.
Conic of t -3 Li?''zr papers in the
Iirer d w have also special dis dis-Ir.tehc
Ir.tehc dis-Ir.tehc :,lu t. very few Southern papers
are able to keep special correspond
ents in Washington.
Any man who understands the
nj.vuj .r business knows, that4 the
performances of the militant suff s in
Waihir.'-ton have not received any
greater, attention than their news
value warrants. '; Washington", is''-. the
national .-capital;..".;, consequently "any "anything
thing "anything that happens there is given
more attention in proportion than if
it happened somewhere else. Also,
when -a woman acts like a fool or a
ruClan, e he attracts ; more j attention
than a man -.when" he acts in a similar
On the other hand, whenever any
woman of '. prominence ; in the cause of
equal-suffrage' has.; made any-,- state statement
ment statement of interest, it has been given
full publicity. Miss Mays should
::ry.. We think she states the
;xaet truth when she says, We con confess
fess confess to a sad lack of experience in the
ways of newspaperdom," ; -;' ";.-;
7e don't know whether : the two
Florida papers .Miss Mays' refers Ho
are : against- suffrage'' or;;.v simply ; i de denouncing
nouncing denouncing the acts of what they refer
to as the fuff pests," but in their case
their comments are
tho:jc of many
papers in other
sr.; of year? thr.t
,n cur c
.ion for the last
vlrs. We have not
(Proposed by the Palm Beach Post)
In time of peace all good citizens
heed the voice of (authority 'from pat
riotic motives, in time of war the pat patriotic
riotic patriotic call is really no more urgent; it
seems so because the necessity is
greaterthat is all. 1 'y X
We are at war, and, therefore, eve every
ry every authorized measure is a war meas
ure; and every public necessity is1 a
military necessity!: V i!t ;
Speaking of a public necessity Gov-
ernor Uatts sayst l5' ; i I
"No person should be idle. Every
consumer should be producing and no
man, woman or child in our c state
should be without his or her task. The
hands and "hearts of every v liberty liberty-loving
loving liberty-loving citizen, man, woman or child,
should turn 'to the task of producing
something beneficial to our state, na nation
tion nation and courageous 'allies, and espec
ially "in support of those brave young
soldiers who are making the supreme
sacrifice."' ,-.-v;;; ; -:t -: ? 1 ': v f
Speaking of another public necessi necessity
ty necessity President Wilson says: "
"There will be need for a larger
number of persons expert in various
fields oil applied science than ever be before.
fore. before. Such persons will be needed
bcth during the war and v after its
close." T V --v;-;
The governor says every one must
produce ; 5 something. The president
says experts will be needed more and
more. - --' -'
The only way to produce something
beneficial is to work hard and keep at
it. The only way to provide experts
is to train the raw material in school.
To heed the voice -'of authority
speaking through the governor we
must work. Toeed the voice of au authority
thority authority speaking 1 through the presi president
dent president we must go to school. The need
is great,5 the call of each is urgent, the
time pressing, .our duty plain.'
We must go to school and stay at
home and work. -i ' ; C
University extension is the only
possible way to do this. n
Umversityr extension is a multary
necessity. ;-; ; j . ; - v
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EDITOR, ISABEL STUART MAYS
Center Hill, Fla.
"We shall fight for the thinirs
which we have always' carried nearest
our heart lor democracy, for the
right of those who submit to author authority
ity authority to have a voice -in their own gov
ernment." Woodrow Wilson.
Speaking of fringe, the editor of the
Star certainly wields a facile pen.
and the little paragraph on "fringe"
several days ago, gave us much pleas pleasure;
ure; pleasure; it was so very neatly turned, but
a mean disposition to go to the root
of things, compels us to point out the
fact that the. inconsistency is the
esteemed editor's rather than ours,
inasmuch he makes himself a party to
withdrawing the privileges of supe superiority,
riority, superiority, but is unwilling to extend the
rights of equality. That sort of thing
won't' work in business. I believe it
savors oo much of the "slow check"
device sometimes resorted to by the
impecunious, which,' like the little
boy's description of a fib, is a very
present help in time of trouble, but an
abomination to all good business peo people.'
ple.' people.' .-
Besides this, the editor of the Star
failed-to understand the real meaning
of our article concerning the attitude
of the Florida newspapers towards
the suffrage situation. We did not
say (nor do we see how such a mean meaning
ing meaning could have been read, into the
article) that the "errors of the suff
ragists should not be published,- but
we did say and we still maintain-
that it is manifestly unjust to a cause
in which the very best women of our
country are vitally interested, to ad advertise
vertise advertise the doings of a few who bring
discredit on this cause", while we sup
press or publish in such a way as to
belittle or obscure the valuable
achievements T of its representative
supporters'.' And we observe that this
attitude is almost peculiar to 'the
southern newspapers; in other sec
tions,' things are : reversed. We have
an old-fashioned belief that the ideal
newspaper takes it as a matter of
honor to give its readers honest, un
biased news regardless of the person
al preferences of the management
We confess to a sad lack of exper
ience in the ways of newspaperdom,
but we cling to our ideal. -r
They Have Stayed by the Stuff
We greatly fear that some of our
friends are still believers in the theory
that women must be "weeping wil
lows and twining vines, standing up
on pedestals." (The mixed metaphor
is not original). Very pretty theory,
but it won't work and it never has
except in so few cases as to make the
theory neglible as a working plan.1
Consequently, the theory is reserved
-for .the ideal woman, the woman of
dreams, while the real woman con
forms to a ratther modified program
intimately 1 connected with cooking;
scrubbing washing, etc, while the
pedestal ''the most rickety thing on
earth," to quote Dr. Shaw is gener generally
ally generally stationed 'close to the cookstove,
in order -that the household divinity
may, from a point of vantage, patrol
the pleasing ; path to x the masculine
: I heard a man say recently that on
his --way into town he beheld three
twining vines cutting wood to do the
family washing, and upon arriving id
tdwri; he found the husbands of these
superior beings adorning the plat platform
form platform of the depot, whittling sticks
and running the country while Wil
son was-in Europe. -This man said
that he became a suffragist on the
spot,- for since women "had a right to
work, they were entitled to a voice in
the government under' which they
: It seemed, to me that this man had
touched upon something fundamental
in the whole situation. The entire
fabric of 'civilization is predicated
upon the worker, and the worker has
at least as good a right to speak in
matters touching human rights as any
ene'else.VIt is quite true that wom women
en women have not gone forth in great num numbers
bers numbers to fight with death-dealing
weapons in the battles for freedom,
but many have gone into the very
jaws of death to minister to the fight fighters,
ers, fighters, and those who stayed behind,
made it possible for the men to go.
Somewhere in the Old Testament ac
counts of the various conflicts of the
Israelites with surrounding enemies,
an occasion is described in which it
became necessary for some warriors
to remain behind as a guard while the
others went forth to battle; but it was
ordained that they who stayed by the
stuff should have an equal sharv
with the others, in the spoils of vie-
The comparison is obvious. The
American woman, in every crisis of
cur national life, "has stayed by tht
stuff," but today, when European na
tions are showering upon their wom
en the rewards and Jionors due them,
our southern men are fighting with
their backs to the wall to keep the
men and women of other sections
f cm; doing equal justice to the women
of the American nation. It is the last
stand of kaiserism the last demon-,
strati on let us hope that strange
failing in human nature that wants
and. insists on, the privileges of free-
dom for himself, but fi
death, to prevent these sar.-.e
iiecres from hein exter.dpil tn
next -lower group. Qf)
And the funny part of it, in this (S)
instance, is, that they endeavor to
camouflage the real reason under the
"states rights' doctrine that con convenient
venient convenient old worn-out piece of ma
chinery that can be trotted out when j (g
ever needed, and safely hidden when!
unnecessary and they call on south- j W
ern women to support a doctrine that Qv
they, had nothing to do with formu- (
lating, ana wnicn, 11 operative, would
keep them disfranchised until the end
of time. The "sweet reasonableness"
of this modest request is probably (x
greatly appreciated by those who
cherish a deep-rooted, handed -down-from-the-ages
sort of belief in the
"inconsistency" of women. They must
think that we are "mostly all fringe."
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After this week, the society depart depart-ment
ment depart-ment of the Star will be discontinued.
The Woman's Club and the various
societies, social and religious,4 are re requested
quested requested to have their secretaries or
authorized members to write out their
. notices and reports and send them to
V the Star office. Any of our friends
who have notices relating to, society
affairs or social items will receive
prompt attention if they will send
them to the Star, in writing: and sign signed.
ed. signed. The Star is not abje to take any
but the briefest notices and items over
the phone. ;
Birthday Surprise Party
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe honor honored
ed honored their son, Dr. K. J. Weihe's birth-
. day Tuesday evening in a most happy
manner by giving him a r surprise
party. Dr. Weihe did not realize the
nieaning of this until a number, of
fJfisnds began to call, and when all
ru&l gathered and the secret discover discovered,
ed, discovered, the evening was passed in music,
games and -social converse, none en enjoying
joying enjoying the ? affair more thoroughly
than the recipient. An oyster supper
concluded the evening's pleasures.
Those assisting Dr. Weihe in cele celebrating
brating celebrating his birthday were Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Yonce, Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Charles, Dr. F. E. McClane, Dr.
and Mrs. K. J. Weihe and Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. G. Weihe.
to Waldo, where she is" nursing Con Conductor
ductor Conductor Griffin, who is very ill. Miss
down to the lake the first r:;
week. They have irons down to pack
Warren expects to return to Ocala' and! their household goods preparatory to
Telephone Girls Entertained
Mrs. W. H. McConn entertained last
evening at her home in North Ocala
-at a chicken purlo supper in honor of
the following young ladies. Misses
Eunice Felts, Lois and Mary Ella
Bray and Clara Curry. The other
guests were Mrs. Byers of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and Messrs. Guy Felts, Carl
Braddock, Julian Weathersbee, Ardis
Bray and Dick Barineau. Games and
music enlivened the evening for this
congenial party of young people, the
delightful climax being the supper
served by the-hospitable hostess.
Y. W. A. Meeting
Members of the Young Woman's
Association of the Baptist church and
the church choir were delightfully en entertained
tertained entertained last evening at the home of
Miss Eunice Marsh. Owing to the
. inclement weather, all members of
the Y. W. A. class were not in evi evidence,
dence, evidence, but those who were present
spent several hours in pleasant con conversation,
versation, conversation, interspersed with music.
Bev. and Mrs. Wrighton, Mrs. Walter
Marsh, Mrs. C. L. West, Misses Don Don-nie
nie Don-nie and Ola Sims and Miss Morrison
sang several numbers and Mr. Frank
Gates also pleased the guests with
several songs, at the conclusion of
which Mrs. Marsh served her daugh
ter's guests refreshments of devil's
food and white cake, tea and mints.
Attention, Club Members,'
The Woman's Club will meet Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon promptly at three
o'clock. The business session will not
be held until after the program, as
Dean Trussler of the university, who
is to address the club, will have : to
leave on the four o'clock train, as his
time is limited. Those who are in interested
terested interested are, cordially .' invited to at attend
tend attend this meeting and it is requested
that every one be there promptly at 3
o'clock. Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor,
- Recording Secretary.
Paradoxical as it may seem, the
friends, neighbors and townspeople of
Ocala are both glad and. sorry; glad
to hear of the compliment paid to Dr.
Harry Dozier, who has been taking a
special course in surgical ethics in
Chicago, and sorry to kriow that ; it
may be some time before he will re return
turn return home, as he expects to be trans
ferred to a base hospital in some of
the reconstruction camps, where he
does not know yet. But Dr. Dozier,
will take his family with him in any
The friends of Mr. W. A. Robertson
will be sorry to learn of his severe
illness in Miami. Mr. Robertson on
reaching Miami last week was taken
suddenly very ill at the V Poinsettia
hotel and was afterwards moved to
, the home of his brother-in-law, Mr,
, B. J. Martin, where he is attended by
a trained nurse and two physicians
Mrs. Robertson received a night let let-ter
ter let-ter today saying his condition was
unchanged and unless favorable news
l is received today Mrs. Robertson wil
leave for Miami tomorrow.
hopes to secure work here.
Friends of Miss Irma Blake will re regret
gret regret to learn of her illness.
Mrs. Thomas Harris and lovely lit little
tle little daughter Bettie are the guests of
Mrs. W. C. Mead for today.
The friends of Miss Mary Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell are glad to know that she is
up again after a ten-day illness.
We regret to learn that little Miss
"Mary Rentz, youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Rentz, is quite
Mrs. Annie Van Deman left for
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon to
be the guest of Mrs. Fred King in
Mr. W. W. Harriss is again confined
to his home on account of illness. This
is his third tussle with the flu in as
. Miss Evans of ; Montreal, Canada,
is expected next week- to spend the
remainder of the winter as the guest
cf Mrs. C. L. Gamsby. .r
Mrs. Briggs of Homosassa and
Miss Mary Scott, who have been visit visiting
ing visiting friends in Gainesville for the past
week, are expected home this after
Mrs. Thomas Pasteur is expected
heme shortly from Charleston, S. C,
where i she went to be with her hus
band, who is now hoping for an early
discharge from the navy.
Mrs. M. M. Connell and Mrs. Z. N.
Hubbell of Urbania, Ohio, have ar
riving in the city, and have rooms at
Mrs. Van Hood's and take their meals
at the Arms house. Mrs. 'Connell is
an aunt of Mr. Duncan MacDonald.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Massey,.who
have been staying with i Mrs. J. W;
Davis and Mrs. Massey' sister went
moving to Ocala.
The social service committee of
the Woman's Club is contemplating a
very pleasant time at the picnic and
luncheon to be held at Silver Springs
tomorrow. This pleasant affair is to
be given in honor of Dean Trussler of
the law department, University of
Florida, who will lecture at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club Saturday afternoon. .
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Sir. A. M. Huger of Cloverpatch
Cottage, Hendersonville, N. C, is here
for the winter. Mr. Huger was here in
1904, and having liked our little town
very much, he made inquiries as to
cur library facilities and finding them
admirable for reference works, he de
cided to return. While here he will
be at Mrs. J. W. Davis' on Oklawaha
We are now thoroughly equip-. I
ped for giving service to users J
of DODGE CARS. A full
line of parts and accessories J
on .hand. Competent mechan- J
ics Jare always at the service
of our patrions.
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"-. Bellevjew, Jan." 23. Mr.' E. Lach Lach-ance,
ance, Lach-ance, wife and son, Edward arrived
with their car at the Lake View hotel
Friday evening, and after spending a
few days looking around they bought
W. R. Bryant's place, known as the
Pleasant Hill farm south of Belle Belle-view.
view. Belle-view. Rev. Olin Rogers, Belleviews new
pastor, took dinner at the? Lake. View
Monday. He came in a car with Mr.
and Mrs. Crandall on their return
home from conference, at Eustis. He
returned the same day to his home in
South Jacksonville and expects to
bring his family and be with us nepct
Little Dorothy Nelson's fourth
birthday was celebrated Thursday by
a party, at her home. Refreshments
of ice cream and cake were served by
Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Mason.
Mrs. Polly returned to Jacksonville
Harley Lucius has received his dis discharge
charge discharge from the army and is home
Mrs. Grunthal and son, Eddie Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, returned to Beileview Mon Monday.
Mr. O. S. Shade was in town from
Sunday until Tuesday.
The entertainment given for the
benefit 'of the library was a decided
success. The Gerig brothers of Ocala
added much to the enjoyment of the
evening with their songs. The pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds will be applied to the purchase
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Gale and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Iva of Newport, Vt came
Wednesday. , ?
Prof. II. Chambers and wife were in
town Saturday. Mr. Chambers has
been discharged from the navy and
will soon make his home on the farm
west of town purchased by .him some
time ago. All will be pleaded to wel welcome
come welcome them back to the City of Oaks.
Fairfield,' Jan. 22-Mrs. Texas
Nash of Louisville, Ga is visting her
daughter, Mrs. Mary E., Ron.
Mr. D. R. Mixson and sister. Miss
Annie were visitors at the county
seat Saturday afternoon.
Mr. J. C. Smoak of Flemington was
the guest of Mr. S. E. Mack and fam
iiy Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. W. R. Biyce with Mr. Earl
Brice and two daughters. Misses
Mary and Edna, were visitors in our
community Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Martin return returned
ed returned to their home at Pine Sunday aft
ernoori, after visiting friends at this
place for a few days.
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A 40-acre farm for. sale one mile
from Juliette and three miles from
Dunnellon; a good residence of four
rooms; large forage haven, log corn
crib and stables and good tool shed;
good deep well with pump. All fenced
with American fencing; 15 acres
stumped. For particulars,- address
Box 21, Dunnellon. Fla. "21-4t
, FORD TOURING CAR
A Ford touring car in good condi condition
tion condition for sale at the Maxwell Agency,
Ocala, Fla. 24-6t
We do not believe it would be pos possible
sible possible 'for us to bottle and sell ONE
HUNDRED AND FIFTY GALLONS
cf No. 101 Tonic per day if it was not
an effective treatment for influenza
A man who works a large force of
men came to our office several days
ago and told us he had twenty-five
men taken with this malady in one
day. He immediately distributed an
amply supply of No. 101 Tonic among
them and ther was not a fatality in
The formula by which this Tonic is
made is given to the public, so it can
not be listed as a secret nostrum. It
contains Iron, which is for the blood;
Quinine, which is dead1 to the influ influenza
enza influenza germ, and Magresia, which
.thoroughly opens the bowels. Sold
throughout the South by wholesale
and retail druggists and drug dealers.
THE I.O..UILLIf:!.!S CO.
.- Received today by express a ship shipment
ment shipment of Nunnallys candies at Gerig's
Orug Store. 3-tf
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Clarkson are
anticipating a visit from their son
Ensicm Robert Clarkson- and his
friend, Ensign McHugh of Boston
The young gentlemen are expetced
daily for a visit of a week or more.
This will be Ensign Clarksons first
visit home since entering the service
and his friends are looking forward
with pleasure to seeing him. His visi
will be a short one, owing to a splen splendid
did splendid position; which awaits him on his
return to Connecticut.
llrs. X G. Blond. a Red Cross
' worker, recently returned from- over
seas, is spending a few days in Ocala
a guest at the Ocala t House. Mrs.
Blond has just returned ; from her
second trip across, and has been doing
special field work in medical service.
Mrs. T. E. Bridges has returned
home from an enjoyable visit to
Gainesville, where she was most de delightfully
lightfully delightfully entertained by Mrs. De De-Costa
Costa De-Costa and Mrs. Futch.
Miss Pearl Keeffe is missed from
her accustomed place in Frank's store
and is, we are sorry to sa quite flL
Mrs. Jack Briggs of Gainesville is
spending a few days in the city with
her sister, Mrs. William Barrett.
Hiss TTarrcn, a, trained nurse of
.Mlde experience, '-who has .Cbeeir, the
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' On account of the increased cost of manufacturing
beg to advise that we are making our price for ice 50c.
per 100 for retail and 40c. per 100 wholesale, beginning
January 1, 1919. Yours respectfully,
Th TV F YT
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Funeral Directors and Embalmers
f-U TO HE A1SE .EE ICE
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
WILBUR C. SfJITII SAM R. PYLES, JR.
v 4)ay Phone 10
Night Phones 225 and 423
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Ve are now ready to offer BEAN SEED,
"Vcdwell and Davis Kidney Wax per bu. $15.
Valentine and other green beans per bu. $14.
Also have Fresh Peas, Water Melon, Canta Canta-lovpe,
lovpe, Canta-lovpe, Cucumber and other seeds.
6 GALA SEED STORE
I HIGH CLASS
AT MP lPOIUI3L.Tr:
We are prepared to furnish you on short notice everything in the
line of meats.. '
ro:w chops 30c
ROUND STEAK 25c LOIN STEAK 25c
VJ HIEAT 15c PORK SAUSAGE 20c PORK STEW 25c
APAIACUIC0LA OYSTERS 70c :
All Kinds of Fruit J
HEW 'YORK' MARKET :
Nik Sakiotis & Co., Proprietors West Broadway 1
Qua ScEs SeFSce
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Company' A', County Guards, holds
its regular weekly drill, beginning at
8 oclock, at the armory this evening.
The Daylight Line boat brought in
seventeen tourists last night, and
went out with another good-sized
Pparty this morning.
Ljeut. J. K. Merryman, a veteran
officer of the regular army, who has
recently returned from France, was
a guest of the Ocala House yesterday
Mr. Tom L. Glenn of Arlington
Iowa, is in the city for a few days
haying come here from Clermont to
visit Mr. E. P. Roe, who is serving: on
the United States jury this week. Mr.
Glenn will spend several months in
A letter from John Ncedham, with
the army of occupation, says that
sturdy and genial Johnny, who is with
the army of occupation, up in Ger Germany,
many, Germany, is well satisfied to be doing hi3
duty, and will also be well satisfied to
find himself aboard a transport head headed
ed headed westward.
STERNO "CANNED HEAT is in
dispensable in the sick. room. Sold by
the Court Pharmacy. 21-tf
All the theater-goers are counting
on a good laugh when Gus Hill's Min Minstrels
strels Minstrels come to the Temple next Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening. We have been shy
on minstrel shows this season, so the
appearance of the genial Gus and his
funsters will be specially welcome.
A good many of our people remem
ber the very pretty and accomplished
little actress who filled the stellar
role so charmingly in "Sari," which
appeared at the Temple early in the
season of 1915-16. They will be, glad
to see her again in the live play of
"Pom Pom, which will be at the
Temple Tuesday night, Feb. 25.
Mr. H. N. Sasnett of Jacksonville,
who is now traveling this territory
for the United Produce Company,
was in the city yesterday. Mr. Sasnett
has been prominently connected with
a number of fraternal societies in the
state for a loner time and has many
friends m Ocala who will be glad to
learn that he will cover this territory
We have some bargains In box sta
tionery. Better come and look them
over. Gerig's Drug Store. 3-tf
Mr. Earl Norman of Asheville, N.
C. arrived in Ocala yesterday after
noon, and has taken the position of
assistant manager of the Ocala House
and will also act as night clerk. The
Ocala House, which js one of the old
est and best known hotels in the state,
under the able management of Mrs.
Morgan is assuming, its old-time re
lationship to Ocala. r
A young man visiting in Ocala
from one of the neighboring cities
made the remark that he knew if he
remained here long he would be bil
leted for heaven. On being asked
why, he answered there was nothing
evil to get into; everything so quiet,
serene and peaceful.; He was asked
the following question: MHave' you
tried to cross the mud holes in East
Fourth and Watula- streets ?
Don't, forget to get our prices on
wax and green bean seed, garden peas
and all other seed. -Ocala Seed Store
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1 Al. Fontaine
THE SAXO SEXTETTE AND 34 OTHERS
THE GREAT GEORGE WILSON
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LATii UW SALE SATURDAY
Most of our soldiers in France have
been operating up in the northern
part, where the weather is more bleak
and inclement than m New England;
consequently, many have come' to be.
jlieve that "sunny France" is a myth.
But at least one of our boys, James
J. Guynn, can certify to the sunniness.
A letter received from him this
morning by his relatives here tells of
what a good time he had during a trip
to the Riviera, and inclosed several
postcards showing the beauties ot
Nice and Mentone.
Theatrical folks are among the best
people in the world to advertise a
town, and they do it cheerfully and
well if they like the town. A Star
reporter, the other evening, stepping
into the Temple office found there as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, Max
Plohn and J. G. Lennon of "Watch
Your Step," Henry Yost of Hill's
Minstrels, and Frank Cruikshank,
! Oscar Kieman and Miss Hazel Andre,
j of "Everywoman."- All had just seen
and been well pleased with the large
and appreciative audience that greet greeted
ed greeted "Watch Your Step," and Mrs. Ben-
I nett took advantage of the occasion to
hand them some of her. "Ocala
Doesn't Advertise" leaflets and ask
them to send them to friends, which
they cheerfully promised to do.
Miss Lois Bray has shown us a let
ter, just received from her brother,
Corporal Marion Bray.. Corporal Bray
is with the army of occupation, and
his regiment, the -:Firsti Pioneer. In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, is a part of the garrison-of
the great castle of Ehrenbreitstein,
across the Rhine from Coblenz. Cor
poral Bray left Ocala with Company
A, and after training at Camp Wheel Wheeler
er Wheeler was. sent to Camp Wadsworth to
join the Pioneers, who are make up of
1 S TT! 1 11.
picjteu men. xiis letter was written
the day after Christmas, and we re
gret to note that he had not received
his Christmas box, which may mean
than none of the others in that vicin
ity had received theirs. He said, how
ever, that he and his comrades had a
very good Christmas dinner, in addi
tion to which the Red Cross had given
them T such things as chocolate, cig-
arets and other muchY prized little
gifts.- , : '.
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W. K. Lane, BL D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Kose and
Throat, Lair Library; Building, Ocala,
Florida. l"' i :?,. tf
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Along the coast of Brittany perl perl-winkles
winkles perl-winkles are grown for market In shal-1
low water. In beds floored with boards
and fenced with wire net. The beds
are filled and emptied by, the tides,
which bring abundant food. When 18
months old the mollusks are big
enough to be harvested, a fair yield
being ten tons to the acre.
DAILY HEALTH TALKS
Better be Careful About You;
BY N. B. COOK, IL D.
Foods taken into the stomach go throogb
various chemical changes, and some of
these changes are7 poisons that must be
Eii tea out ana disposed oi. it is tne duty
of the kidneys to do this. When the kid
neys do not fully perform their vital work,
neam may oe only a few nours away.
Happily, Nature has provided warning
alarms tellinsz oeoDle when their kidnevs
are not welL These warnings come in the
form of dragging pains in the small of the
back, weak stomach, low spirits, chills,
nausea, headache, scanty urine and fre frequent
quent frequent desire to pass it, short breath, numb numbness,
ness, numbness, cramps, coated tongue, bad breath,
pufls under the eyes, .thin blood, dry skin,
ringing in the ears, spots before the eyes
and many other symptoms.- All come
from the one cause of kidneys that are not
filtering the poisons out of the system. To
overcome these troubles. Dr. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y., compounded what he cH?
Anuric Tablets. No other kidney medi medicine
cine medicine is its equal in giving relief and re reestablishing
establishing reestablishing healthful work in the kidneys.
The treatment is very simple, as you need
nothing except water when taking Anuric
Tablets a glass of water with each tablet.
This washes and flushes the kidneys whflo
the medicine itself is dissolving the uric
acid poisons and driving them out.
Anuric Tablets are made double strength,
so that they dissolve uric acid the same as
hot water dissolves salt or sugar. Most
people need Anuric Tablets because most
people have uric acid. Better get that
poison out of your body for safety's cake,
and better begin today.
To gently and agreeably coax the bowels
back into normal activity, take Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They are Just
as good for costiveness as his Anuric Tab Tablets
lets Tablets are good for kidney rfjrdcrg- and that
ia saying a great dsaL
Mil li lj VU 11 :
Take Your Sunday
Itiiilter's Cafe i
Dinner from 12:30 to 8-00
Sunday January 26, 1919
Cream, of Oyster Soup
Corn Fritters Maple Sauce
' Choice of
Roast Veal with Currant Jelly
Roast Native Chicken with
. Dressing r
Roast Young Pig with Fried
-Corn bread V
Steamed jlice, June Peas
Ice Cream and Cake
- Coffce, Milk or Tea.
UilLil UUUliiL alia
(Continued from Third Page)
Informal Auction for Visitors
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. George II.
Ford gave an informal auction party
complimenting Mrs. Abner Black of
Toronto, Canada, this party being
among the most delightful of the
smaller affairs of the" week. There
were 'two tables of card players, as
follows: Mrs. Black, Miss Stotesbury,
Mrs. Clarence Camp, Sirs. Christian
Ax, Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mrs." Lloyd,
Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Mills-Price. Mrs Mrs-Lloyd
Lloyd Mrs-Lloyd won the attractive little prize
for highest score. At the conclusion
of the games the players were joined
for refreshments by Mrs. IL A. Ford,
Mrs. Ford Rogers, Mrs. Stephen Jew.
ett and Mrs. IL F. Watt. Mrs. Ford
was assisted by her mother, Mrs. B.
A. Weathers, in serving quail on
toast, sandwiches, pickles, tea and
m to m m ft. -.tw'' a te
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR SALE, I Oil RENT AND 111-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES: Six line maximum, one time 25c; three times COc; six
times 75c; one month 53. Payable in advance.
WANTED Gentleman wants room
and board in private home. Must b
reasonable and not far out. Address
Box 233, city. 24-lt
LOST A four strand gold chain with
gold coin attached to end., Finder will
pleasure return to Gates garage and
receive reward. 24-6t
' At the Christian Church Tonight
Rev. Cook, a Sunday school worker
of note throughout the south and
east, will lecture at the Christian
church tonight at 7:30 o'clock. All
Sunday school and church workers
are cordially invited to hear Mr.
A telephone call at 10 o'clock this
morning to Mrs. Mamie Howse Sto Sto-vall,
vall, Sto-vall, from her daughter, Mrs. J. IL
Mason of Tampa, announced the ar
rival of a fine, little son at the home
of Mr. vand Mrs. W. O. Stovall at 9
o'clock this-"morning. The many
friends in this city of Sir. and Mrs.
Stovall will be interested in learning
cf this happy event.
Miss Sara Herndon, who was taken
suddenly' and seriously ill at school
yesterday, necessitating the attention
of a physician, became better soon
after being carried home and rested
very well during the night. Her nlany
friends will be gratified to know that
her condition today is much improved.
Mrs. Annie Van Deman, after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit to her sister, Mrs. W.
W. Harriss, left Wednesday for Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to spend ten days wtih Mrs.
F. W. King. At the expiration of
that time she will be the guest of
Mrs. Harcourt Ball at the Atlantic
Beach hotel for a week.
Mr. Elmore Davidson who has been
ill. at the home of Mrs. J. W. Davis,
has improved and 'will return to his
homeat Leesburg tomorrow, accom
panied by his wife, who has been with
him during his illness here. ;
Mr. A. S. Burgess is out again aft
er an illness of over ten days.
FORD FOR SALE A 1918 model
Ford in first class condition; new tires
all around and one spare tire; $400
cash. Apply to II. Niedernhoefer,
Lowell, Fla. 24-2t
FOR RENT -Any amount of land up j
to 2o0 acres. Address A. S. Windell
& Son, Oak, Florida. 1-23-Ct
WANTED A farm; 25 acres up upwards,
wards, upwards, near town; must be good land,
stock and tools. State price, etc. Send
applications to Star. 23-3t
FOR RENT Large airy bedroom,
with fireplace; either one or two beds.
Apply at 12 Watula St. v 20
WANTED We offer one individual
representative, or any ladies aid, mis missionary,
sionary, missionary, church or woman's club, in
each town, exclusively, a conservative,
dignified, permanent means of income.
U. S. Carbon Co., Birmingham, Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. 20-lm
FOR SALE Good small farm at the
edge of good town; god house, well
and other buildings. All well fenced.
Over one-half in cultivation and most
of balance cleared. E. B. Erkshine,
Summerfield, Fla. 12-27-lm
STRAYED From Ft. McCoy ku-ge
black mare mule. Reward for return
or information. Joe 'Hansel, Fort Mc McCoy,
Coy, McCoy, Fla. 21-3tr
FOR SALE Lots 9 and 44 Fort King
Heights, to be sold at best .offer.
Write O. J. Hottel, Brousius, West
FOR SALE Good mare mule, 10
years old; works anywhere; cheap for
cash. Apply to W. M. Casscls, Bay
Lake, Fla. 22-Ct
WANTED All kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, pipes, etc. Notify
me and I will send for them. J. W.
Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf
FOR RENT Two, three or four
rooms either for light housekeepL', housekeepL',-or
or housekeepL',-or to those wishing rooms and go cut
for their "meals. Apply to Mrs. O. T.
Green, 605 Oklawaha avenue. 17-tf
MAGNETOES, generators, coils, car carburetors,
buretors, carburetors, etc, from different models
of cars. We have quite a number of
these part$ on hand in first class con condition
dition condition at real bargains. Call and look
them over if in need of such equip equipment
ment equipment for your car. Maxwell Agency,
Ocala, Fla. 24-tf
WE WANT AT ONCE COTTON
OR WOOL RAGS. WILL PAY
TOP OF MARKET PRICES FOR
11- OCALA IRON WORKS.
OCALA FHATEliilAL ORDERS
IL A. Til. CHAPTER NO. 13
YOU'LL EdJOY THE MEiL :
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nere s a Cheese for everv taste.
Yours may be for a mild cheese.
while some other member of the fam
ily may prefer one with a more de
cided flavor; they're ajl here.
KRAFT CHEESE is the plain Am er
ican; the same kind you are accus
tomed to only better, purer, absolute
PIMENTO CnEESET is practically
tne same as Kraft Cheese, flavored
with Spanish Pimentos. Delightful,'
CHILE CHEESE is Kraft Cheese,
given zest and smack by adash of
Mexican Chile.- -"
WELSH RAREBIT is already pre-
pared. Just add milk or cream, beat,
mix until smooth and serve. Appe Appetizing,
tizing, Appetizing, economical.
GAMEMBERT CHEESE is a favorite
with the epicure. And Elkhorn Cam Cam-embert
embert Cam-embert has that popular, flavor and
consistency at its best; mellow, rich.
ROQUEFORT-AMERICAN, as its
name implies, is a snappy combina
tion of imported Roquefort and Kraft
Cheese blended the Elkhern, way.
LIM BURGER CHEESE-as Kraft
makes it has just enough pungency
and tang to. suit the cheese-lover; not
too strong for the average taste.
O.K. TEAPOT GROCERY
PHONES 15 AND 174
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and thiro
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
H. O. Cole; W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C.
Greena, Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage K. of R, & S.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Viisting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whitesides, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6. B. P. O. H
, Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, sets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house oppo
site postofSce, east side.
, a W. Hunter, E. B.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Od Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at. 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
Joe Poter, N. G.
J. D. McCaskill, Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel
lows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Claire Moremen, N. G.
Eloise Bouv'er, Secretary.
ORDER Or J2ASTERN STAR
Mclver & laeliay
UNDERTAKERS and EHBALLIERS
PHONES 47. 164. 23
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S-,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock, v
Mrs. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Chinese Tea House.
Just as England has highway tav taverns
erns taverns and as we have roadhouses along
our highways, so has China her tea
houses. The Chinese do not indulge
much In Intoxicants, and tea Is about
the strongest drink they consume. Tea
houses there are about as numerous
as Ice cream and soda 'resorts are
One 1918 Maxwell Touring, in good
mechanical order, 3 nexv Ores and
two good ones, Has been rnn six
monOis, had good care. '-Ail eqnlp eqnlp-mcnL
mcnL eqnlp-mcnL If interested write.
ME WHRJDSdM MDTEH
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
. RATES From $1.50 per. day per person to ?G.
J. E. KAVANAUGIl :
1917 five pssseiig'ep Ettle siri
Buicls, cocl tires, eneelleinit eosi eosi-dltioei'will
dltioei'will eosi-dltioei'will sell elieap for easli.
: BEo So Bo LYTLE, LYTLE,-..
.. LYTLE,-.. ; WEESPALE, FLA.
' ARE AHEAD
Just as are all our other auto sun-
plies. To say that you get your sup supplied
plied supplied here is to show that you know
what your car or you should have and
where to get it at its best and at the
107 Oklawaha Avenue
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any ether
contractor hi the city.
yjm"mmm""--. A registered Optora-
" ctrist, has passed an
j examination be o r e
V .Vthe State Board cf
Optometry, which provc3 him com competent.
petent. competent. Dr. 11. J. Vrc'!-
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